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Ruffle Sock Wrist Warmer

By: Sew Sassy Creations

Have an old pair of socks you don't know what to do with? Make a Ruffle Sock Wrist Warmer. This is a great sewing pattern from Sandra Bradley that is cheap and easy.

Ruffle Sock Wrist Warmer


  • 2 holey socks with the cuff in tact
  • Serger set on the 3 thread rolled hem setting
  • 4 inch of 1/4-inch elastic
  • Binding cut off the bottom of an old sweatshirt (optional)


  1. Cut off the sole from the cuff of the sock. Try the sock on after the cut. If you want them shorter, cut more. I left mine long to cover about 6 inches up the arm to keep me warm!

    Ruffle Sock Wrist Warmer
  2. If you choose to put the ruffle on, cut the rib knit binding from the sweatshirt in half lengthwise.
  3. Go to the serger and serge the (raw) cut edge of the sock to the raw edge of the ribknit, stretching as you serge.

    Ruffle Sock Wrist Warmer
  4. Try on the sock at this stage to determine where you want the elastic loop. Use about 2 in for each sock. Backtack the elastic in place. The elastic will hold the cuff in place and fits over your ring or index finger.
  5. You are finished and your new warm sock cuffs are ready to wear!

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